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Florence Farr

Florence Beatrice Emery Farr was a British West End leading actress, composer and director. She was also a women's rights activist, journalist, educator, singer, novelist, leader of the occult order, The Golden Dawn. She was a friend and collaborator of Nobel laureate William Butler Yeats, poet Ezra Pound, playwright Oscar Wilde, artists Aubrey Beardsley and Pamela Colman Smith, Masonic scholar Arthur Edward Waite, theatrical producer Annie Horniman, and many other... Read More

BornFlorence Beatrice Farr
7 July 1860
Bickley, Kent, UK
Died29 April 1917 (aged 56)
Colombo, Ceylon (Sri Lanka)
Other namesMary Lester

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